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Compromise reached on Portland development

A major Portland apartment and retail development is being scaled back after reaching a compromise with a group suing to halt the project.

The Melting Pot seeks Portland expansion

The Melting Pot, a Tampa, Fla.-based fondue and casual dining franchise, is seeking to expand its more than 130 restaurants across North America with one in Portland.

Owner of historic Maine canoe maker explains difficult decision to move out of state

Dylan Martin |

Lincoln Canoe and Kayak, one of the oldest canoe and kayak makers in the state, is moving out of its Freeport retail location by the end of the month and opening up shop in...

Diversified buys Singapore company

Portland-based Diversified Communications has purchased a media and events company based in Singapore, making it the company’s fifth acquisition this year.

Google: Brunswick has Maine's strongest digital economy

Google said in a new report that the town of Brunswick has the strongest digital economy in Maine, citing the strong online presence of small businesses located there.

Florida co. acquires Limington manufacturer

Dylan Martin |

Aerox, a Limington-based manufacturer of aviation oxygen systems, is expected to grow within the next few years after its recent acquisition by a company in Florida.

Portland waterfront to be site of New England ocean 'cluster'

James McCarthy |

Patrick Arnold, president of SoliDG Inc., which manages the International Marine Terminal in Portland, and Thor Sigfusson, owner of the Iceland Ocean Cluster, announced today the...

Portland plan could affect Shipyard Brewing

The Portland City Council is expected to consider soon a historic preservation plan that could affect future development at properties owned by Shipyard Brewing Co.

Portland Food Co-op to open soon

The Portland Food Co-op in the India Street neighborhood is expected to open its 5,000-square-foot storefront within the next few weeks.

Brunswick loses businesses to neighbor

Brunswick is losing two retail stores that are moving across the Androscoggin River to the Topsham Fair Mall, where they say more foot traffic from customers is expected.

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